Thursday, September 18, 2014

IRFD update: lizard, fossil, more!

Here are another seven happy Rock Flippers, who posted on Twitter at #rockflip:


Michael ‏@akmrbaldwin
Happy Int'l Rock Flipping Day from Alaska - a carabid beetle! #rockflip #IAmANaturalist pic.twitter.com/C7IrrL6n0D

Lobo Guará ‏@juandoso
Hidden treasures! pic.twitter.com/UcvzHVJqGs

Rebecca Zarazan Dunn ‏@rebeccazdunn
Happy International Rock Flipping Day  pic.twitter.com/8vGF2abNuF

Janet K C ‏@jkricketc
Just the usual dinosaur AKA Western fence lizard. pic.twitter.com/oQRg4kmJEZ

Jesse Calhoun Bethea ‏@jesscalhoun
Adventuring in Glen Echo Ravine for #rockflip day. pic.twitter.com/0UhD9xSbAL
Melissa found a fossil. pic.twitter.com/r5GEIpqYFx
Earthworm pic.twitter.com/h2BQHK4xTH

Catherine Scott ‏@Cataranea
Happy international rock flipping day! Perhaps you might find a beautiful spider! [photo by @Ibycter] pic.twitter.com/U3XHWoph7j

Laura ‏@lkwagonlander
September 14, 2014 http://pic-collage.com/_r4br8K49 pic.twitter.com/l2YpKZ6CIO
(This has a Rock-flipping kid.)

A couple of others also posted their photos on Twitter, but they had also added them to the Flickr pool, so they're on the first list, which I'll repost here:

Over in the International Rock Flipping Day Flickr group, many more interesting things have been discovered:

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